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We offer the 'Official Paris Museum Pass', Metro, and all Paris Transportation sources, and French Regional Tour and Museum Passes.  History and architectural enthusiasts can enjoy every architectural style imaginable in the buildings in Paris and France. Paris landmarks, monuments and museums are plentiful and everywhere, and awesome.  Paris is a history lesson as you travel around Paris and the countryside of France. Book your passes and tours for Paris and France regions before you leave home saving precious vacation time.  PLEASE NOTE: PASSES OR TOUR PRICES FLUCTUATE DAILY DUE TO EURO vs. US DOLLAR EXCHANGE RATES

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Eiffel Tower Tickets

  Eiffel Tower Tickets

Rating: *****  The Paris Eiffel Tower Skip the Line PASS  is a must. Book your skip-the-line ticket to the Eiffel Tower and leave the long queues behind! This is a fully escorted tour by an English-speaking expert guide, who will lead you to the 2nd level of the Eiffel Tower. Before exploring, your guide will entertain you with interesting anecdotes and facts about the tower and its architecture, including stories about the various wedding proposals and publicity stunts the tower has hosted over the years.

With a choice of departure times during the day as well as a unique sunset viewing, your skip-the-line tour offers the most flexible and enjoyable way to visit this must-see Paris landmark. You will have time to walk around the levels at leisure, taking in the breathtaking Paris cityscape from this unique vantage point! Numbers are limited to 20 people on this small-group walking tour of the Eiffel Tower, ensuring you'll receive personalized attention from your guide. MORE INFO

Highlights: All entrance fees included | Choice of morning or afternoon departure | Choice of several departures | daily
Enjoy fantastic aerial views | Ideal choice for families | Instant Confirmation


 Paris Museum Pass
Rating: *****
Paris Museum Pass
Includes Monuments + Museums + France Special Places + Top Attractions - The Paris Museum Pass Includes Admission to over 60 museums, monuments and landmarks in Paris and surrounding area attractions - France has unlimited cultural landmarks to visit, and Paris has over one hundred forty  museums and 33 national museums.


         Paris Pass

Rating: *****
Discover the joy of unlimited sightseeing, with the city pass that gives you free entry to the best attractions that Paris has to offer. It saves time as there is no need to stand in ticket lines, and there is no need to use cash!


Rating: *****
With the new Paris à la Carte, create your own itinerary and visits! Hop on and hop off the BUS and BOAT in complete freedom. With 2 or 3 day pass to discover Paris by bus and by boat as you please:

There are 4 tours with 50 stops that access all the capital's sites and museums including the Eiffel Tower, Champs-Elysées, Louvre, Notre-Dame Cathedral, Montmartre and more! Enjoy the exceptional views of the monuments of Paris and the Seine from the rear terraces of the boats and top decks of the buses.

  Versailles by Minibus
Rating: *****
Escorted by your professional driver/guide discover Versailles Palace and its beautiful royal gardens and learn about the century of the Sun King, Louis XIV. You will have a guided visit to the state apartments, the King’s own apartments, the hall of Mirrors, Queen’s private apartments. You will discover the architecture of the chateau, the famous gardens “ à la francaise”, the Grand Canal, the Grand Trianon and Petit Trianon, the Queen’s hamlet. You will also learn about the daily lives and intrigues, court gossip and anecdotes about Louis XIV, Louis XV, Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette.

The Brussels Card  
SAVE MONEY WITH THE BRUSSELS CARD: The Brussels Card is your entrance ticket to a long list of Brussels' museums and ALL the buses, trams and metros of the Brussels Public Transport Company (STIB), except for the lines L12 (Nato-Airport) and N71. For the National Botanical Gardens of Belgium and for the Wellington Museum you have to pay a small supplement as well. Free admission to 24 museums | Free city map | Free public transport (all the buses, trams and metros in the Brussels Public Transport Company, except for the lines L12 (Nato-Airport) and N71) 

      Lille City Pass

Rating: *****

A practical must-have, the Lille City Pass is the answer to all your visiting needs, whether you're staying one day or longer. Make considerable savings in Lille, the capital of the Nord-Pas de Calais region.  Free Access to 27 tourist and cultural sites including the Fine Arts Museum of Lille, the City Tour, Charles de Gaulle's Birthplace, Museum of the Hospice Comtesse and many more

       Lyon City Card

Rating: *****
This is your passport for exploring Lyon, a UNESCO World Heritage site. The easy-to-use city card offers total freedom for making the most of your stay in Lyon.

The Lyon City card includes unlimited access to 19 of the most prestigious museums in and around Lyon, but restricted to one entrance per day and per museum. Enjoy guided tours, self-guided audio tours, boat tours (April 01 to October 30) of the city as well as unlimited use of the public transport system.
   Marseille City Pass

Rating: *****
The Marseille City Pass is a tourist and cultural passport, valid for 1 or 2 days. This pass is dedicated to individual visitors who wish to discover Marseille with an all-inclusive package.  Once you have collected the ticket booklet, take advantage of the fantastic offers including free admission into 14 museums, public transportation, guided walks and special offers for shopping, shows, a free sample of 'Four des Navettes' [famous local biscuit] and much more!

Discover the oldest city of France with your Marseille City Pass.   

  Normandy WWII Tours
Rating: *****
Travel through Normandy as far as the Pointe du Hoc, well-known for the assault of the heroic Rangers. You will have free time here to explore the area before heading to the American Cemetery.

The American Cemetery in Coleville contains the graves of 9386 soldiers and makes for an emotional visit. A new visitor centre was created in 2007 to commemorate the operations of June 6, 1944. You will also discover the bloody "Omaha Beach" and have time to spend some moments on it before lunch at the Ferme de la Ranconniere in the village of Crepon.
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           Paris to London
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On Double Decker Bus

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      London Pass

Rating: *****
Save money as the LONDON PASS gives you FREE entry to over 50 favorite attractions. The London Pass offers not only great value and convenience, but also enables you cut through the long lines at selected major attractions.

This pass comes with special offers such as discounts at restaurants and theatres. Where the attraction is normally free to the public The London Pass gives you great offers such as a free guided tour. So whether you prefer museums or cinemas, galleries or go-karting, cathedrals or zoos, with The London Pass there really is something for everyone.


    The London Eye

Rating: *****
Translated into: English  French  German Spanish  Italian  Portuguese  Korean  Chinese  Japanese  Description
Roll up, roll up. Get your combined tickets to two of London's top attractions: a trip on the London Eye and a Thames River sightseeing cruise. You'll save money on the deal and enjoy a day of panoramic sightseeing in London, the world's greatest You'll save money on the deal and enjoy a day of panoramic sightseeing in London, the world's greatest city.

The London Eye is one of the world's tallest observation wheels, with views over London from more than 442 feet (135 meters) in the air. Situated on the banks of the River Thames, it offers unrivalled panoramic vistas over London.  Since opening at the turn of the century, the London Eye has become an iconic landmark, up there with Tower Bridge, Big Ben, and the Tower of London. It has been used as a backdrop in countless films and is loved by Britons and visitors alike.

The best way to see the sights and splendor of this great city is from the deck of a boat. Aboard the sightseeing cruise, you'll travel in comfort and style past London's world-famous landmarks. The boats have open upper decks for great sightseeing and comfortable lower saloons. Relax and enjoy the views, onboard commentary, light refreshments and full bar service as London's famous sights glide by.

The cruise departed from Waterloo Pier, but it's a 40 minutes round tour only, with a guide giving a full (and amusing) explanation about London attractions and its river. The departure time can be defined when retrieving the tickets in the London Eye ticket desk. Itinerary
The journey through history begins at Westminster Pier, in the shadow of Big Ben's tower and just a few steps away from Westminster Abbey, where kings and queens have been crowned for almost 1,000 years. This is also the pier closest to the Churchill Museum and Cabinet War Rooms off Whitehall, the center of national government, and the Banqueting House, the last remaining building from the old Palace of Whitehall.

Across the river, County Hall, once the headquarters of the London County Council and then the Greater London Council, no longer echoes to the cries of councilors. Down below, the London Aquarium reveals the secrets of the deep while, above, visitors and business people relax in the comfort of the Marriott Hotel.

A few yards downstream see the Millennium Wheel, better known as the London Eye. In a 25 minute ride it offers spectacular views across London and far beyond.

Through the Jubilee and Hungerford foot bridges and Charing Cross railway bridge, the Royal Festival Hall recalls the post-war days when the river carried some 6million people to celebrate the Festival of Britain at this very site.

Beyond Waterloo Bridge comes Somerset House, the grand building on the north bank that was once the home of various government departments and is now a vibrant arts, heritage and entertainment center.

Beyond Blackfriars, look up the steps on the north bank for a view of St. Paul's Cathedral as you pass beneath the new Millennium Footbridge, which provides a pedestrian link with Bankside, part of the South Bank regeneration development. Among the attractions in this area are the Tate Modern art gallery and Sam Wannamaker's re-creation of Shakespeare's Globe theatre, the first building with a thatched roof to have been built in London since the great fire of 1666.

The South Bank here is the heart of historic Southwark, famed for its riverside pubs and the smallest of the capital's three cathedrals. Through London Bridge a thrilling vista unfolds: the Tower of London, Tower Bridge and the retired battle-cruiser HMS Belfast.

On into Docklands: historic Wapping and Limehouse to the north, Bermondsey and Rotherhithe to the south. Many of the old docks have disappeared while those that remain now play host to yachtsmen, weekend sailors and narrowboats.

And to the historic Greenwich, the home of time itself. The Naval College and Seamen's Hospital have taken on a new role as the main campus of Greenwich University and Trinity College of Music.

The National Maritime Museum, with its new Neptune Court and galleries, offers a fascinating and entertaining visit for all the family. These, together with the historic clipper ship Cutty Sark, the Old Royal Observatory, Queen's House, Fan Museum, traditional covered market and many more attractions form the World Heritage Site of Greenwich.
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  Arc de Triomphe:
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